Picturesque, thatched 13th Century Inn situated in the village of Knowstone on the edge of Exmoor. It's one star Michelin restaurant serves exceptional local cuisine using only the finest ingredients. Real ale and Champagne by the glass with a wine list to suit all tastes is also served.
Dogs are allowed in the main bar area where food can be served to two tables. There is also a lovely patio area with a garden, again where food can be served.
Our bar offers a choice of 3 local ciders and some mighty fine real ale drawn from the original beer engines - you know the ones - with Royal Doulton handles depicting hand painted hunting scenes. How much better the pint tastes when it's made a few miles up the road! We even feature a fabulous Devon white wine and sparkling white from Cornwall on our list.
Dogs welcome in the bar. Dogs may stay in some of the guest bedrooms.
The Beer Engine
Newton St Cyres, Exeter, Devon EX5 5AX T: 01392 851282
The Royal Oak Inn has been the centre and focal point of Withypool for over 300 years. Located in possibly the most beautiful part of Exmoor, just four miles from the ancient and wonderful Tarr Steps, its no wonder The Royal Oak has customers who regularly visit us from all over the world.
Dogs welcome in all areas of the pub except the dining room. Dogs are allowed in the guest bedrooms.
This delightful 16th Century lakeside thatched inn nestles in a valley set in the beautiful Fortescue Estate amidst rolling fields and lush woodland. Although secluded, the pub is within easy reach of Barnstaple, South Molton, Exmoor and the coast.
Dogs warmly welcomed in the bar but are not allowed in the restaurant.
The Travellers' Rest is in an idyllic setting, perfect for anyone wanting to enjoy a fine wine, several different beers (including guest, locally produced, as well as old favourites) and a lovingly homemade sumptuous lunch or dinner made from locally sourced produce.
As a Dog Friendly pub, we provide a small range of doggie treats, which are available from behind the bar.
Freehouse providing excellent home cooked food and a variety of real ales, and other refreshments. Also with a large beer garden at the rear of the property, overlooking open countryside, together with plenty of parking.
Dogs welcome on a lead throughout the bar and in the beer garden.
Popular free house with a wealth of original features and a cottage garden. An impressive range of whiskies, wines and local ales are served. Traditional pub favourites and a huge variety of local cheeses are served.
Dogs with well behaved owners allowed in the bar area.